Ghost (b.c.) ghoul prequelle mask.
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Nicolás Encina de la Portilla
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Hello everybody, this is my first collevtion of 3D models.
I'm uploading a version of every mask worn by the Nameless Ghouls in the band Ghost
This is the third one, the version worn during the "Prequelle" period. You may have seen a silver metalic version in the music video "Rats".
I've included a full version and a version split into 3 for smallers printers
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Nameless Ghoul Mask 3D print model
Nameless ghoul mask.
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Here is 3d model of Nameless Ghoul Mask from Ghost Band.
- Two versions- with and without eye.
- The mask is designed for a medium-sized head.
- Wall thickness is 3 mm.
- Ready for 3d printing.
Please check size before printing.
N nordicravn nordicravn 2023-04-04 06:39:12 UTC Someone to post the grams of filament for this and the layer height please? Edit Reply Delete
S skyj skyj 2022-12-12 06:00:04 UTC he who shall not be named?! Edit Reply Delete
Y Yaruta3d Yaruta3d 2020-08-27 05:23:06 UTC nice Edit Reply Delete
N napalm37 napalm37 2022-09-08 03:51:43 UTC Recommended excellent model! very great quality and details! I would highly recommend! Delete
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- Stereolithography (.stl) (2 files) 82.7 MB
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- Publish date 2020-02-14
- Model ID #2273025
- Ready for 3D Printing
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Unnamed Ghoul Mask 3D Model
Quick sculpt I did this afternoon.
Original concept from Ghost B.C.
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I did traditional modeling a few months ago and now modeling in zbrush wasn't that hard.
This model a little different from the original, the back is not divided, being a single piece like a helmet.
Thank you for your interest in my models! If you have any questions or comments, feel free to message me on Instagram @geolino_18 or right here.
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Helmet Size: Width 220mm, 260mm and 251mm.
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